#TBT – May 11th

Happy #ThrowbackThursday!  Tonight’s official #THROWBACKTRACK is “The Suffering” from today’s podcast guests: Coheed and Cambria.  It was the second single from their 2005 album Good Apollo, I’m Burning Star IV, Volume 1: From Fear Through the Eyes of Madness.  They’ve been playing the album in their Neverender format on their current tour and singer Claudio Sanchez told us how amazing it is to see the different generations of fans coming to the shows:

“I mean it’s incredible, y/k I think I said something the first night in Seattle…y/k this was an ambitious effort for a bunch of derelicts that got a major label budget!  To go out and tribute these records in this ‘Neverender’ format and to see such strong support still, y/k this far into our careers…I mean we’ve seen bands come and go, we’re like super fortunate to still be standing.”

Check out the rest of this week’s official throwback tracks below.

MONDAY [5/8]: Sum 41 – “In Too Deep” from their debut album All Killer No Filler, released ON THIS DAY in 2001.  They’re currently on the road with our friends in Pierce The Veil…the ‘We Will Detonate!’ tour wraps up at the end of May.  Full schedule RIGHT HERE.

TUESDAY [5/9]: Audioslave – “Be Yourself” from their 2005 sophomore album Out Of Exile.  Audioslave’s Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, and Brad Wilk are playing shows in South America this week with Prophets Of Rage!  The band debuted a new song over the weekend called “Un-F The World”, check out their performance from Chile RIGHT HERE.

WEDNESDAY [5/10]: Weezer – “Say It Ain’t So” from their debut self-titled release known as ‘The Blue Album’, released ON THIS DAY in 1994.  Hangout Fest, Boston Calling, Firefly, Arroyo Seco Weekend, and the Forecastle Festival all on the band’s upcoming schedule…earlier this week they were added to another amazing festival lineup: The Meadows at Citi Field in New York!  Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jay-Z, and Gorillaz will headline…tickets are available RIGHT HERE.

FRIDAY [5/5] Live – “I Alone” from their 1994 album Throwing Copper.  Live will be a must-see act at Rock On The Range on May 19th.  Full tour schedule RIGHT HERE.